Tyddyn Chambers Farm B & B offers bed and breakfast accommodation in an ideal place to stay with panoramic views of the Clwydian Range and centrally situated for touring North Wales, Historical City of Chester, National Trust Bodnant Gardens and Erddig, Betws y Coed, Llandudno and other coastal resorts.
Separate tables are provided in the pleasant traditionally furnished breakfast room. Breakfast consists of various fruit, fruit juice, cereals and a full English breakfast (special diets can be accommodated), tea or coffee and toast, all freshly cooked using local Welsh meats. Packed lunches are available on request.
Whether in the beautiful garden or the busy farm, sounds of music are always heard. Your hosts are keen musicians, and if you are also a music lover, a visit to a rehearsal with a renowned choir of Wales is recommended (held locally most Thursday evenings).
The accommodation comprises one double, one family and one twin room. Beautifully decorated and furnished to the highest standard. All have en suite facilities with lots of little extras. TV, tea/coffee making facilities, alarm clock/radio, hairdryer and central heating throughout makes your stay most enjoyable.
At the end of a day spent exploring North Wales, you can relax in the comfortable guest lounge with TV. Your hosts can offer advice on places to visit if you would like.
There is also a wide selection of inns and restaurants nearby for you to choose from.
There are facilities for washing and drying clothes, plus bicycle washing and a lockable shed for overnight storage of bikes.
Nearby, the historical town of Ruthin is situated in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd in North Wales. The Castle, situated on the outskirts of the town has parts dating back to the 13th Century. It is now a hotel and restaurant where medieval banquet evenings are held.
St. Peter’s square is a picturesque setting of fascinating buildings, from the medieval courthouse to the mid 16th century Myddleton Arms and not forgetting St. Peter’s Church with its magnificent oak-panelled roof.
Ruthin Gaol situated on Clwyd Street has recently been renovated. It opened to the public in 2002 and is now a major visitor attraction. Also within the courtyard is the County Record Office, a must for anyone with Welsh roots wishing to trace their family tree.
The renowned Ruthin Craft Centre is a centre of excellence for traditional and contemporary arts. The Tourist Information Centre is located there, alongside the Bay Tree Café.
In addition to its historical past, Ruthin has all the needs of present-day visitors. It has a variety of specialist shops and a good selection of places to eat and drink.
Keen walkers can stretch their legs along Offa’s Dyke footpath over the length of the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The views across Snowdonia in the West and the Cheshire Plains in the East are breathtaking.
Please contact us for more information on our B&B or visit our website.
Rates: From £42 - £50 per person per night single occupancy.
From £76 to £82 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Family rooms from £95 - £110 per night.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.
4 Star Visit Wales.
4 Star AA.